New Partners Announcement

Norton Peskett Solicitors are delighted to announce that Matthew Breeze and Sophie Cooper have been appointed Partners from 1 July 2019.

Matthew joined the firm as a trainee Legal Executive in 1994 and qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2004. Matthew works in the commercial property department from the Great Yarmouth office. He also has experience and knowledge of dealing with company law matters.

Matthew was born and raised in the Great Yarmouth area and continues to live close to the town with his wife and children. He is a supporter of Norwich City Football Club (not that we will hold that against him!)

Sophie joined Norton Peskett as a Trainee Solicitor in 2010 and qualified in 2012 after completing her 2 year Training Contract. Sophie works in the Residential Conveyancing Team and is based in the Lowestoft office. Sophie has lived in the Lowestoft area for many years and has vast personal knowledge of the local area.

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